The goal of the partnership extension is to continue growing the sport across the U.S., elevating soccer culture and communities. The partnership began at the inception of the MLS in 1996, with adidas functioning as a founding member of the league.
Through the acquisition, Dick’s is focusing on providing more experiential, omnichannel offerings for its customers. Dick’s is currently in a transformational period, increasing its customer base through strategic partnerships with brands like Peloton and DoorDash.
For Ulta, the partnership will bring more clean product offerings into its stores. The partnership comes as a celebration of Beautycounter’s 10th anniversary, hoping to continue the growth of the brand.
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